Tilbury Douglas (previously Interserve Construction) has appointed Aneesa Mulla as its new head of digital.
Mulla, who is currently digital construction strategic lead at Tilbury Douglas will focus on the company’s digital transformation strategy in her new role.
She will oversee Tilbury Douglas’s response to the government’s Construction Playbook and the increased focus on modern methods of construction (MMC) and design for manufacture and assembly (DfMA).
The new role includes responsibility for standardisation, digital twin and the new Asite platform.
Mulla has more than ten years of experience working in the construction and design sector as a BIM specialist and team leader. Prior to this, she worked as assistant lecturer in CAD at Birmingham City University.
She will report into Mark Buckle, who was appointed as technical director in February this year. Buckle said: “I am delighted to announce Aneesa’s new role as head of digital. Aneesa brings with her a wealth of experience in digital construction and BIM techniques and has already driven significant change during her time with the company. This new position clearly illustrates our plans to invest further in our on-going digital transformation strategy.”
Mulla said: “I am looking forward to getting started in my new role and helping to deliver our, new exciting digital transformation strategy.”